Tyson Gordon had a decision to make between playing football in college or basketball.
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The idea was to take a shot at shifting recruiting emphasis away from the AAU circuit and back to the high school scene. The month of June was targeted since players are not traveling with their summer teams. The effort was roundly criticized last winter.
Chase Perchal, a versatile athlete from Millard South in the 2020 class, announced his commitment to North Dakota on Monday.
In five hours Sunday, Millard North forward Max Murrell received eight scholarship offers.
World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter was at the first Midwest Basketball Showcase. Here are a few that raised their recruiting profile in the two day event.
The 6-foot-9 class of 2019 forward announced his decision via Twitter on Sunday during his official visit to Eugene.
Lincoln Southeast offensive lineman Xavier Trevino announced Saturday his commitment to walk on with the Nebraska football program.
At South Dakota State University, Hoskins will play defensive back.
World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter was at the second and last of Nebraska’s Friday Night Lights camps at Memorial Stadium this summer.
In a message posted to Twitter, Hausmann said he's always hoped to be a Nebraska football player.
Papillion-La Vista South tight end Will Swanson announced his commitment to Kansas State on Wednesday.
South Dakota State hosted its second prospect camp Thursday and 69 Nebraskans participated. Coaches from SDSU were joined by college coaches from across the midwest at the camp.
Ducker rushed for 1,813 yards on 254 carries in 2018, good for an average of 7.1 yards per attempt.
Omaha Central guard Latrell Wrightsell Jr.'s recruitment is starting to take shape.
The 6-foot-9 wing in the 2019 class announced Tuesday on Twitter his finalists are Creighton, Hawaii, Oregon, Texas A&M and Virginia Tech.
Ty Hahn will be one of the bigger in-state names to attend Nebraska’s Friday Night Lights camp this week. The 6-foot-2, 187-pound athlete from Johnson-Brock could be the first in-state eight-man player to receive a power conference offer since 2013, when Nathan Bazata (Howells-Dodge) signed …
Nebraska hosted the Adidas National Pipeline Camp on Saturday. 300 campers were in NU's Memorial Stadium and Hawks Championship Center. Here is a list of players that performed well at Saturday's camp.
World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter was at the first of Nebraska’s Friday Night Lights camps at Memorial Stadium this summer. Here is a list of players who performed well at the camp Friday.
World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter was at UNO's annual elite camp on Friday afternoon at the Sapp Fieldhouse. Here are some observations from the event.
Lök Wur could be the next Omaha-area basketball player to star at Creighton. After he made an unofficial visit to Creighton on Thursday, the Jays offered the class of 2019 6-foot-9 wing from Papillion-La Vista South.
Lincoln Southeast defensive back Isaac Appleget announced his commitment to South Dakota State on Thursday, about two weeks after he landed a scholarship offer from the Jackrabbits.
That comes on the heels of Power Five offers he received in the spring from Nebraska (March 29), LSU (April 23) and Iowa (April 29).
York's Brady Danielson was sure of his decision to sign to play basketball for Division II Northern State. But that changed when Northern's head coach of nine years, Paul Sather, accepted the same position at North Dakota in late May.
The seventh year of the Riverside Top Ten kicked off Tuesday in Cedar Rapids, Neb. Class D-1 state champions Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family was the winner.